Scornful Neglect of Conflict Bereaved Continued by Victims Payment Scheme

Scornful Neglect of Conflict Bereaved Continued by Victims Payment Scheme By Peadar Thompson Relatives for Justice The failure to address the suffering of the bereaved has become...

US Congress members raise concerns on Legacy with British Government

Tonight the British Government representative in Washington has received a letter from Congressmen from both sides of the House expressing concern at the British...

Springhill inquest Thursday 9th March

Henry ‘Harry’ Gargan, was the brother of Margaret Gargan, the youngest victim on 9 July 1972. Harry was 12 years old when his 13-year-old...

Ballymurphy Massacre Inquest Day 4

Ballymurphy Massacre Inquest Day 4 By Andrée Murphy Justice Keegan began the day by addressing issues from the previous day. Alan Barry runs a campaign Justice...

Report on the killing of Damien Walsh

Please find here the report on the life, killing and campaign for the truth of Damien Walsh. This report was launched at his commemoration...

Pat Finucane Inquiry still “Unfinished business” after Appeal Court dismisses family’s...

By Senior Advocacy Director Mike Ritchie Lord Justice Gillen – sitting along with Mr Justice Deeny and Mr Justice Horner – today dismissed an appeal...

The scandal of Haggarty

RFJ attended at court for the conclusion of the criminal proceedings in relation to Gary Haggarty. The sentencing today marked an important and difficult...

Pension recommendations welcome, hypocritical commentary is not

By Mark Thompson Today the Victims Commission published its recommendations on a pension for those most seriously injured during the conflict. The Commission rightly advised...

New Lodge 6 Families Apply for New Inquest

The families of six men killed by British soldiers in the New Lodge, Belfast on the night of 3rd/4th February 1973 have applied, with...